Joseph Michalski

Rookie - 0 Points (April 15,1992 / Rogers, Arkansas)

Poetries Travesty - Poem by Joseph Michalski

Poetry is not such a pleasure
To those who live in reality
and it will forever be a leisure
To those who live in insanity

The world begrudges poetry with its whole being
For it involves a complex explanation
and from this we believe poetry is not worth reading
For it ensues exaggeration

Hearing poetry for many is torture
To poets this is an old calamity
What will come to them in the future
The great poets of this world’s society

One emotion shaped from a hand gesture
Made something in words; while dreaming
Yet even if poetry is not your pleasure
There will be a day we all will be believing

Paltry words speak of an insecure
Talent; tangible of tergiversation
and from this envoy we can ensure
That in this time there will be a transformation

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 17, 2009

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